• Rosslare Europort

    Rosslare Harbour, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Rosslare Europort - Ferries to Fishguard, UK and Pembroke, UK

  • Rosslare Harbour Train Station

    Rosslare Harbour, County Wexford, Ireland .

  • IOAC - Outdoor Activity Centre

    Sixacre, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Great Outdoor Activity Centre#



    RV Park

    Sixacre, Tagoat, Co Wexford,
    Ireland, Y35 RH76

    Tel. +353 861747370

  • Cushens Pub

    Tagoat, County Wexford, Ireland .


    Food served daily in Peak season

    Live Traditional Irish Music

    BBQ nights


  • Supervalu Supermarket

    Rosslare Harbour, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Supermarket Opening Hours








    Post Office

    Mon9am - 5:30pm

    Tue9am - 5:30pm

    Wed9am - 5:30pm

    Thu9am - 5:30pm

    Fri9am - 5:30pm

    Sat9am - 1pm


    Cafe Lily's








    Llyods Pharmacy











  • Mary Barry's Bar & Restaurant

    Kilmore Village, Ballask, Kilmore, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Fabulous Seafood Bar and Restaurant, Great food, huge menu, friendly very helpful staff, great with kids - bouncy castles in the summer.


    Telephone: +353 (0) 53 913 5982

  • Johnstown Castle

    Johnstown Castle, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Johnstown Castle Estate

    Co. Wexford

    Y35 HP22


    +353 (0)53 9184671

  • Our Lady's Island

    Our lady's Island, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Nestling in the most south-easterly corner of Ireland, and ten miles from
    Wexford Town, lies the Parish of Our Lady’s Island. Although there is little
    evidence of Our Lady ever appearing, this has been a centre of Marian
    devotion and pilgrimage since at least the 6th century. It is by far the oldest,
    and second only to Knock in Co. Mayo, as the most significant Marian shrine
    in Ireland.
    At the point where the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea converge, lies this

    area of unparalleled beauty where nature joins with pilgrims in singing its own
    song of devotion to Mother of God.
    Lady’s Island is known as Lough Togher or the Lake of the Causeway. This
    is a saline lake separated from the sea by a sandbar close to Carnsore Point.
    Each year this sandbar is cut and the water from the lake that has built up
    over the winter months is drained into the sea. The lagoon nature of the lake
    and its proximity to the sea make it almost unique in Europe and an area of
    great ecological significance.

  • National Opera House

    Wexford Opera House, High Street, Slippery Green, Wexford, Ireland .

    20 Minute Drive

  • Kelly's Resort Hotel & Spa


    La Marine Bistro

    Beaches Restaurant

  • Culletons of Kilrane

    Kilrane, Churchtown, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Great for good quality food

  • Karoo Farm Shop & Cafe

    Killinick, County Wexford, Ireland .

    The Karoo of South Africa is nestled in an idyllic landscape with rolling hills that lay alongside farmlands in an environment of extreme temperatures….Kinda like Killinick without the extreme heat then!

    Growing up in Cape Town I would have never have guessed that my travels would lead me to the charming village of Killinick with my own little slice of Africa. Don’t be fooled by the Africanisms though, the idea for Karoo was to create an environment where people could get away from all the frills and hype of “Run of the mill Eateries”. At Karoo what you see is what you get. Big, bold coffees made with a unique blend of coffee beans. Generous portions of tasty sarnies and salads to fill the gap in the afternoon, and homemade treats for after lunch or… just for a treat. As well as the fresh produce in the farmshop, we also have some great gift ideas so you can take a slice of “Karoo” away with you.

    Whatever reason you may decide to head to Karoo, you’ll be glad you did.

  • Europort

    Rosslare Harbour, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Rosslare Europort is a modern seaport located at Rosslare Harbour in County Wexford, Ireland, near the southeastern-most point of Ireland, handling passenger and freight ferries to and from Wales and France

  • Lobster Pot

    Ballyfán, Ballyfane, Carne, Co. Wexford .

    Seafood and Steak Bar

  • Kilmore Quay

    Kilmore Quay, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Kilmore Quay is a fishing village near Kilmore, in County Wexford, Ireland. As of 2016, it has a population of 372. It is a fishing village, but its leisure facilities such as sailing, and sea angling charters are also of significant economic importance

  • Irish National Heritage Park

    Ferrycarrig, Co. Wexford, Ireland .

    The Irish National Heritage Park is an open-air museum which tells the story of human settlement in Ireland from the Mesolithic period right up to the Norman Invasion in 1169

  • Wexford Wildfowl Reserve

    Ardcavan, North Slob, Co. Wexford, Y35 EY89 .

    Home to local & migratory birds, this 200-hectare reserve offers a visitor centre with a tower hide.

  • Selskar Abbey

    Tower Ct, Ferrybank South, Wexford .

    Selskar Abbey is a ruined twelfth-century abbey in the town of Wexford, Ireland. It was an Augustinian House, whose proper name was the Priory of St. Peter and St. Paul

  • Hook Lighthouse

    Hook Lighthouse, Churchtown, Hook Head, Co. Wexford, Ireland .

    The Hook Lighthouse is a building situated on Hook Head at the tip of the Hook Peninsula in County Wexford, in Ireland. It is one of the oldest lighthouses in the world and the second oldest operating lighthouse in the world, after the Tower of Hercules in Spain.

  • Saltee Islands

    Great Saltee, Little Saltee, Wexford .

    The Saltee Islands are a pair of small islands lying 5 kilometres off the southern coast of County Wexford in Ireland. The two islands are Great Saltee and Little Saltee. They have been largely unoccupied since the early 20th century and have been privately owned by the Neale family since 1943.

  • St Iberus Church

    Ferrybank South, Wexford, Ireland .

    Historical Landmark Wexford Town

  • Wells House & Gardens

    Ballyedmond, Gorey, Co. Wexford .

    Wells House and Gardens is a Victorian tudor gothic country house museum, located around 7 km outside of Kilmuckridge, County Wexford. It was designed by Daniel Robertson in the 1830s.

  • Tintern Abbey

    Saltmills, New Ross, Co. Wexford .

    Tintern Abbey was a Cistercian abbey located on the Hook peninsula, County Wexford, Ireland. The Abbey – which is today in ruins, some of which have been restored – was founded in c.1200 by William Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, as the result of a vow he had made when his boat was caught in a storm nearby

  • Dunbrody Famine Ship

    North Quay, New Ross, New Ross, Co. Wexford, Ireland .

    Reproduction 1840s emigrant vessel with exhibits, guided tours & costumed interpreters, plus a cafe.

  • John F Kennedy Aboretum

    Ballysop, New Ross, Co. Wexford .

    The John F. Kennedy Arboretum on the Hook Head Peninsula at New Ross, County Wexford, Ireland, is a park under public administration. On 252 hectares there are approximately 4,500 species of trees and shrubs

  • St Mullins

    The Quay, St Mullins, Co Carlow, R95 XY93 .

    The picturesque village of St. Mullins in South Carlow is a scenic and charming Barrow-side village with an impressive ecclesiastical history. Nestling between the Blackstairs Mountains on one side and Brandon Hill on the other, the locality acquired its name from St. Moling, a 7th century cleric, prince, poet, artist and artisan, who built a monastery here with the help of "Gobban Saor", the legendary Irish builder. In the 8th century manuscript, known as “The Book of Mulling”, there is a plan of the monastery – the earliest known plan of an Irish monastery – which shows four crosses inside and eight crosses outside the circular monastic wall. It is said that St. Moling dug a mile-long watercourse with his own hands to power his mill – a task that took seven years! He became Bishop of Ferns, died in 697 and is buried at St. Mullin’s. - South East Ireland Tourism

  • Vinegar Hill

    Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland .

    The Battle of Vinegar Hill, was an engagement during the Irish Rebellion of 1798 on 21 June 1798 when over 13,000 British soldiers launched an attack on Vinegar Hill outside Enniscorthy, County Wexford, the largest camp and headquarters of the Wexford United Irishmen

  • National 1798 Rebellion Centre

    Parnell Road, Mill Park Rd, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford .

    National 1798 Rebellion Centre is a heritage centre dedicated to the history of the 1798 Rebellion located in Enniscorthy, County Wexford

  • Loftus Hall

    Hook Head, New Ross, Co. Wexford .

    Loftus Hall is a large country house on the Hook peninsula, County Wexford, Ireland. Built on the site of the original Redmond Hall, it is said by locals to have been haunted by the devil and the ghost of a young woman

  • The Kennedy Homestead

    Dunganstown, New Ross, Co. Wexford .

    President Kennedy’s visit to Ireland in June 1963 was a pivotal moment in Irish history and one that ignited the spirit of the nation

  • Enniscorthy Castle

    Castle Hill, Templeshannon, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland .

    Enniscorthy Castle is situated in Enniscorthy, County Wexford. The current castle was originally built in the 16th century

  • Seal Rescue Ireland

    Courtown, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Wildlife rescue Service

  • Duncannon Fort

    Duncannon, Wexford, Ireland .

    “Duncannon Fort is an important sixteenth century coastal bastioned fort situated on a rocky promontory which contains earlier archaeological remains in the form of a fifteenth century castle with associated curtain wall and towers and, probably, an earlier prehistoric promontory fort. The fort is one of only three bastioned forts built in County Wexford and the only one which is accessible to the public. It is in the ownership of both the Office of Public Works (OPW) and Wexford County Council.”  Duncannon Fort Conservation Plan 2016 – Stafford McLoughlin Archaeology

    Guided tours are offered under licence by Hook Rural Tourism, a community organisation working to promote the Hook Peninsula since 1966

  • Curracloe Beach

    Coolrainey, Co. Wexford, Ireland .

    Curracloe Beach in County Wexford is one of the most popular beaches in Ireland.

  • Marlfield House

    Courtown Rd, Raheenagurren, Gorey, Co. Wexford, Y25 DK23 .


  • Edenvale Woods

    Castlebridge, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Wexford Hub

    Edenvale is a forested area that is situated 1KM outside of Castlebridge in County Wexford. The area is popular amongst local dog walkers, fitness enthusiasts and nature lovers, as it provides a peaceful walking trail that runs alongside The River Sow. Its proximity to The River Sow adds to the tranquility of the area, as the sound of running water is continuous, but not too loud as to be disruptive. In parts, you will come across trickling streams, small valleys and an impressive waterfall.

    Despite what it has to offer, Edenvale is not a well-known area to tourists. In fact – Google Maps doesn’t even have a name for it. The entrance, which doesn’t do a good job of advertising itself, can be found beside a small car park on the road between Castlebridge and Crossabeg

  • Topaz Petrol Station

    Ballygillane Big, Co. Wexford .

    Last Petrol Station 

    Only 4.5 Km from Coral Gables Guesthouse

  • Rosslare Strand Beach

    Rosslare Strand, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Rosslare Strand has an amazing white sandy beach for beautiful walks - a very tasty Italian cream Palour Izmoo, Kellys cafe with beautiful homemade treats, mini supermarket, hair salon Blondies and many more restaurants, pubs and activities.

  • Wexford Harbour

    Wexford Harbour, Ferrybank South, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Wexford Harbour in County Wexford, Ireland is the natural harbour at the mouth of the River Slaney. In earlier times, the area occupied by the harbour was considerably larger than it is today, up to ten miles wide at its widest point, with large mud flats on both sides. These were known as the North Slob and the South Slob from the Irish word slab, meaning mud. It contained several islands, the large island of Beggerin was known to be a safe refuge for early Christian settlements. Wikipedia

    Beautifully renovated Wexford Quay front has a lovely promenade parrell to wexford Main Street, there are seats to relax and take in the views of the Sea and the  fishing trawlers

  • Leisure Max

    Leisure Max, Sinnottstown Lane, Blackhorse, Drinagh, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Bowling, indoor aventure playground, outdoor adventure tower, goggle soccer, Lego, Laser Tag, gladiator, bungee run, and much more


  • Forth Mountain

    Forth Mountain, Forth Commons, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Beautiful hilly treks through forests to the quarry, stunning views of Wexford.

  • The Raven Forest and Beach

    The Raven forest and beach, Curracloe, Wexford, Ireland .

    Be one with nature.... walk through the woody forest and then return along golden sandy beaches - watch out for sea lions

    pack a picnic and spend the day here 

  • KilmoKea Gardens

    Kilmokea Country Manor & Gardens, Greatisland, Campile, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Originally started in 1947 these gardens host a wide selection of rare and tender trees and shrubs. With over 130 different species the garden is a delight to both the keen amateur and the more serious horticulturist. Presently Kilmokea Gardens holds an Irish Heritage Garden certificate which is a justifiable reward for 65 years of creation and dedication.These Peaceful Gardens are laid out around a pretty Georgian house on Great Island overlooking the River Barrow. The house looks out over the walled garden which leads to the large five acre woodland garden & the Fruit & Vegetable potager growing produce for the Garden Café visitors and House Guests. There is a Fairy Village, the first of its kind in Ireland and 'The Myrtle Wood' children's story. Mr & Mrs Hedgehog and Freddie Fox await the arrival of the children to tell their story. To depict the historical influence of Kilmokea, there is a small Viking settlement and a Norman Motte & Baily. Our Café serves Organic and Wexford produce daily and our Craft & Fairy shop is open from 10 - 5pm too.- Tripadvisor

  • Glenavon Japanese Garden

    Glenavon Japanese Garden, Ardamine, Courtown Harbour, Gorey, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Beautifully tended to gardens

  • Campervan Site

    Coral Gables Guesthouse, Grahormack, Tagoat, County Wexford, Ireland .

    COMING SOON!!  - Summer 2020 

    7 Bay secure campervan site will be opening Summer 2020 - Enquiry within

    Facilities available:




    Electric car charger

    Pet Friendly

    Picnic Tables

    Pitch  - Gravel

    View - Countryside

    Tent's not allowed at present

  • Camper Van Site

    Coral Gables Guesthouse .

    7 Bay Camper Van Site

    Gravel Pitch 

    Drinking water and Electricity 

    Private secure entrance

  • Wells House

    Ballyedmond, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Wells House and Gardens only 39km from Coral Gables

  • Lavendar Farm

    Coolnagloose House, Coolnagloose, Inch, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Open 10.30 -5pm 

  • Medieval Ferns Experience

    Upper Main Street, Ferns Upper, Ferns, County Wexford, Ireland .

    Ferns Community Development Association Ferns Community Centre Ferns, Co.Wexford Y21 VW29